young buck


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Noun1.young buck - a teenager or a young adult maleyoung buck - a teenager or a young adult male  
adolescent, stripling, teen, teenager - a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity
adult male, man - an adult person who is male (as opposed to a woman); "there were two women and six men on the bus"
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And that is the reason why a young buck with an intelligent looking calf's head before him, is somehow one of the saddest sights you can see.
The driver was a young man of three-or four-and-twenty, with a cigar between his teeth; wearing a dandy cap, drab jacket, breeches of the same hue, white neckcloth, stick-up collar, and brown driving-gloves--in short, he was the handsome, horsey young buck who had visited Joan a week or two before to get her answer about Tess.
Or was he a glossy young buck of a crow on courting thoughts intent?
He saw a buck pass--an old buck--and then a young and plump one came opposite the giant in ambush, and Schneider's eyes went wide and a scream of terror almost broke from his lips as he saw the agile beast at his side spring straight for the throat of the young buck and heard from those human lips the hunting roar of a wild beast.
He was like an innocent young buck of the forest that has eaten of some maddening weed.
It is needless to particularize the number of the vehicle, or to state that the driver was stationed thus early in the neighbourhood of Swallow Street, in hopes that some young buck, reeling homeward from the tavern, might need the aid of his vehicle, and pay him with the generosity of intoxication.
Also, we used Wickson's cream and butter,* and Ernest was not above shooting Wickson's quail and rabbits, and, on occasion, his young bucks.
To move down so cunningly that never a leaf stirred; to wade knee-deep in the roaring shallows that drown all noise from behind; to drink, looking backward over one shoulder, every muscle ready for the first desperate bound of keen terror; to roll on the sandy margin, and return, wet-muzzled and well plumped out, to the admiring herd, was a thing that all tall-antlered young bucks took a delight in, precisely because they knew that at any moment Bagheera or Shere Khan might leap upon them and bear them down.
She had only left that country once, and then, with a bunch of the young bucks, she went over Chilcoot, cleaned up her gold-cache, and brought it back with her.
09 g/t Au (NA-04-14), 500 meters north of the Young Buck Zone.
As featured in this issue, the Young buck isn't just the earliest whitetail to make the record book, he's also the earliest big-game trophy of any species to do so.
com Open Another Fall Series event with some unconvincing types at the top of the market looks ripe for a big-price winner and talented young buck Webb Simpson is worth an interest at 100-1.